Consuls are the two leading (curule) magistrates of RPR. They are elected annually in the Comitia Centuriata elections. The duty of the consuls is twofold: they are both the leaders of Roman community with imperium as well as chairmen of the not-for-profit association. The consuls are responsible for running the day-to-day administration of the RPR, e.g. by issuing edicts as well as acting as chairmen of the Senate. You can contact the consuls through consular office or by private emails.
Julia Caesaris Cytheris Aege
Praetor is an annually elected curule magistrate in RPR. Duties of praetor include upkeeping of the Tabularium (archive of laws and edicts of RPR) as well as the upkeep of the RPR Contio and some other email-lists.
C. Julia Agrippa
Censores are responsible for new citizens applications and upkeeping of order at the Forum of RPR. They are elected every second year in turns in the Comitia Centuriata elections. Censores office Villa Publica contains all information for new citizens.
K. Fabius Buteo Quintilianus
You can find the list of current senators here.
L. Licinius Lucullus
The official blog of Res Publica Romana is the place to find information about what we are currently working with, about our organisation and our collaboration with other organisations. You can read our blog here.
The official Facebook Group of RPR is a meeting place of both citizens of different steps as well as peregrini and socii (friends of RPR without citizenship status). By becoming a member of the Facebook Group you become a peregrinus of RPR.
You can find our Facebook group here.
RPR Contio is the official email-list for all citizens of RPR (of steps of civis latinus, civis sine suffragio and civis romanus). You can access the list here (membership required).
Villa Publica RPR is the office of the censores. Here you can leave your citizenship application, contact the censores and read more about being a citizen of RPR.